We just completed a round art deco dining table for a client in Soho. The table measures 60″ in diameter and is 29″ tall. The client was shopping for a table and found one at an antiques dealer’s gallery. The color, size and finish were not right for their dining room so they sent us photos of the original and opted for a custom table instead. This table features book matched walnut and a pedestal base. Generally custom dining tables similar to this require a lead time of 12-14 weeks.
Pictured is an art deco sideboard buffet we just completed. It features three doors with adjustable shelves and is finished in an ebony, macassar veneer. The client had an existing deco dining table they wanted to match so we created this piece. The piece measures 6′ wide x 18″ deep x 36″ tall.
We are in the process of finishing up a custom Art Deco writing desk for a client in Murray Hill. The finish is ebonized and the desk features brass hardware. The hardware is often the trickiest element in finishing furniture like this. Included are several hardware options the client is considering.
Pictured is a teak art deco coffee table created as part of a pair of tables for a client on Park Ave. The client had a rectangular side table in the same style and he wanted to create two matching coffee tables to have a set. The table features a clear high gloss lacquer finish and measures 36 inches wide x 36 inches deep x 20 inches tall. Teak is one of the more expensive woods utilized in creating furniture and is generally not used frequently. It is a very durable and elegant wood and match other furniture nicely in eclectic spaces.
Here is another version of the loop chair we recently completed for a client. Originally designed by Frances Elkins, the loop chair looks beautiful in a number of different variations.
Pictured is a living room designed by Interior Designer Mark Gillette. The slick modern look created by the dark and light tones are complemented with a set of black Gio Ponti chairs. Gio Ponti was an Italian artist, designer and architect whose style was influenced by the Art Deco and Neo-classical styles.
This is a space designed by BAR Architects and was featured in the last month’s issue of Architectural Digest. The credenza by Jules Leleu is a nice, warm accent to the modern white interior. There is a great article about Jules Leleu in the New York Times if you would like to learn more about him
Art Deco furniture has been one of the most influential historical design styles. The use of rich materials including brass, stainless steel, inlaid wood and lacquer accompanied by simple geometrical forms has laid the foundation for a timeless, functional, modern and elegant style.
This is a new addition to the ERA Interiors store, an art deco white matte lacquer rectangular desk, originally designed by french furniture designer Jean Pascaud. Pascaud was known for his use of rich veneers including violetwood, palisander, and American walnut, and accenting them with parchment and galuchat or understated metal bending. The original design of this desk featured parchment, but the client wanted a matte white lacquer finish to better match some of the other art deco furniture she had. The desk can also be designed with a high gloss black or white lacquer finish.